The English Premier League's (EPL) transfer window closed on August 9 with more than 1 billion euros spent by the teams.
So, ahead of the 20 days which will undoubtedly prove the early closing of the window was nothing short of senseless, let's take a look at six Premier League players who may find pastures new in the coming weeks.
Fulham signalled its determination to stay in the English Premier League by becoming the first promoted team to spend over GBP100 million (USD128 million) during the summer transfer window.
Figures released by Deloitte show clubs paid out an estimated 1.23 billion pounds before the window closed - down 2 hundred million pounds on the same period a year ago.
Saturday's visit to Newcastle for their opening game will therefore offer few surprises, although Pochettino must decide which of the nine players who appeared in the World Cup semi-finals are ready to return to action.
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"It's not about adding because it's fashionable to sign players", Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino said.
Spaniard Kepa Arrizabalaga never made it on the pitch for Spain in Russian Federation but Chelsea broke the transfer record for a goalkeeper by meeting an 80 million euro (USD93 million) buyout clause from Athletic Bilbao on Wednesday as a replacement for Thibaut Courtois.
He added that he feels Manchester City will simply be too good for their rivals, commenting: "I said at the end of last season that to go down as an all-time great team, they need to be serial winners and defend their title, and I think they will do that".
Having been rebuffed in his attempts to land Leicester's mercurial Algerian in January's window, Pep Guardiola finally landed Riyad Mahrez this summer for a club-record fee of £60m. Everton has already broken its transfer record in the off season by paying Watford 40 million pounds for Richarlison, a forward who didn't even make Brazil's World Cup squad.
Mina had an excellent World Cup in Russian Federation scoring three goals in three games which also includes goal against his new club teammate Jordan Pickford in stoppage time sending the England vs Colombia the last 16 tie to extra-time.
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